Stylish weekend in Tokyo - collection of top unique boutique hotels

Robuchons restaurant - Tokyo Shinjuku Granbell The opening of the high-class hotel Shinjuku Granbell took place in 2013. Since that time, it has been one of the best designer hotels in Tokyo. Blue, white, and black are the main colors in the hotel’s design, and colorful pieces of art are a worthy addition to the classy look. In some guest rooms, there are large and bright paintings in the modern style, and in some rooms, guests will find impressive graphics on the walls. There is a magnificent terrace on the roof of the building. It comes with comfy woven furniture and state-of-art lighting.
Hilton Tokyo Bay An incredibly interesting and unusual hotel, Hilton Tokyo Bay is considered the hotel of Tokyo Disneyland. Thematic décor of the hotel is one of the main peculiarities. In public areas, one can see lovely wall drawings and paintings of the all-time favorite cartoon characters. Guest rooms at the hotel are mostly made in the shades of white and have creative drawings on the walls and ceiling. There are small built-in lamps on the floor below carpeting – such a décor looks incredibly stylish.
Roppongi Hotel S. is an eye-catching hotel with the bright and trendy design. Classy colors dominate in most of the rooms – some rooms are almost totally black, and in some most of items are white. A thoroughly planned lighting system, tiny lamps built into various furniture pieces, and ceiling lamps with peculiar lampshades made of glass – all these elements create a special one-of-a-kind atmosphere. The design of bathrooms is no less attractive and includes such elements as basins and bathtubs in black.
Shibuya Granbell Photo of Shibuya Granbell Hotel, Tokyo The Shibuya Granbell design hotel has won many prestigious awards. In 2012, it received Travelers’ Choice Award by famous tourist website TripAdvisor. The design of the hotel is a harmonious combination of traditional national and western motifs. Premium beds with high headboards, unusual open space bathrooms, numerous designer decorations made of glass and metal, stylish folding panels and figurines in the national style – these are just some of the striking peculiarities in the design of the renowned hotel.
Coco Grand Ueno Shinobazu Photo of Hotel Coco Grand Ueno Shinobazu, Tokyo The high-class Coco Grand Ueno Shinobazu is open not far from the Ueno Railway Station and the same-named park. Premium décor and wooden furniture make up the basis of the hotel’s design, while skillful draping with coffee-colored textiles adds a touch of romance. There are built-in lamps in the ceiling and furniture pieces that allow precise adjustment of lighting in accordance with one’s taste. In some guest rooms, there are large panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows that offer breathtaking views of the park. The design of public areas is also made in coffee shades and comes with magnificent wall panels in the national style.
Andon Ryokan Photo of Andon Ryokan, Tokyo If you want to indulge yourself in the atmosphere of the national culture, it’s not necessary to book an expensive hotel. The budget-friendly Andon Ryokan is a wonderful place for that. Clients are offered to stay in cozy guest rooms in beige colors with tatami. There is also a comfortable terrace with beautiful wooden furniture on the roof of the building. The design of public areas deserves praise and has many unique elements, such as handmade crafts and souvenirs, old porcelain tableware and figurines. Moreover, guests of Andon Ryokan are welcome to learn to make unusual souvenirs themselves. For this purpose, the hotel regularly hosts interesting master classes on different national arts. There are also tea ceremony rooms at Andon Ryokan.
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Top boutique hotels in the region of Tokyo

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